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SASNET Researchers held mini talks

On Friday 15 September, Lund University celebrated its 350th anniversary together with staff and students. To start off the festivities, the USV Centres had a pre-party where SASNET researchers Admir Skodo and Maria Tonini, amongst other USV researchers, held mini talks to highlight the work and research of the USV.
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Photo: Jonas Andersson

The pre-party and mini talks took place on the grounds of the Pufendorf Institute for Advanced Studies and Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies, LUCSUS.

Maria Tonini's talk was entitled: "When the patriarchy is not enough. Men's rights activist online communities in India" and will be hold 15.30-16.05 in the auditorium at Pufendorf. 

Admir Skodo's talk was entitled: "Afghan refugees in Sweden from the cold war and onwards" and will be hold 15.30-16.05 in Wrangel 117 at LUCSUS.

The talks were aimed at the USV centres students and staff. 

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